Monday, 25 April 2011

Grungy Monday #5


This week over on Grungy Monday we are being taken back to a t!m technique which was first aired in May 2008.  It's the niche using foam board.  Remember the piece of railway track housed in the scrapbook page layout?? No, see it here.

Anyway I didn't have any foam board so I used an industrial piece of corrugated cardboard instead.

I cut out my niche to house my key.  I covered the corrugated with a piece from t!m's retro grunge stack and arranged pieces of friendly plastic to suit.

17 comments:

Alison said...

Cool piece of art Sam! Just been watching Tim's first DVD to refresh my memory! That's one of his techniques I've never tried! xxx

Susan's crafty chaos said...

This is wonderful - I just want to run my fingers over it all :D

Zoechaos said...

new one on me will have to go see, great home for your FP samples from last week. XOXO Zoe

donna said...

Your fast on this one. Wonderful piece. Your friendly plastic looks terrific!..Donna

Plume said...

What a nice display of little treasures.

Chris said...

Stunning Sam! Love that key and your FP pieces are fabulous.

Dragon said...

Hi, that piece is very clever... I especially like the FP!!!
Frankie
xx

Sid said...

Fab piece !!

Femmy said...

fantastic piece Sam!!

Helen said...

Well done on this one, it looks great.

Rachelle said...

Beautiful work, Sam! And a great improvisation for foam board. Love that friendly plastic too!

Von said...

Very femimine Sam and a great show case for your FP think the corrigated card is the way to go with this challenge :)
Von xxx

Lisa said...

Wow..first to post! I like how you used the cor. cardboard! You put together a great piece.

Jane said...

Great work. I love all the bits and bobs you have pulled together.

Neet said...

What a fabulous way to incorporate some of your FP pieces - lovely.

Sam said...

I like it alot!! Nearly had to revert to corrugated card myself as I thought I had no foam left but found some funky foam! Haven't tried FP myself - We Sam's are nothing if not adventurous!! LOL!!

Electra said...

This is lovely, especially the little round "windows"!

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